Arctic news and updates
WWF opens office in Greenland
WWF has become the first global conservation organization to open an office in Greenland.
Shell cuts losses, abandons offshore Arctic drilling
Better to turn around half way than err the whole way: Shell ends Alaska offshore drilling.
As sea ice retreats, village copes with tens of thousands of walruses
As Arctic sea ice reaches the fourth lowest extent on record, stunning photos from Alaska’s Arctic ...
Killer whales moving into Arctic as sea ice recedes
For another year, Arctic sea ice will cover much less of the Arctic Ocean than it used to. The ...
Arctic Nations commit to international plan for polar bears
All five states with polar bear populations have committed to the first-ever circumpolar action ...
Arctic Council nations join US in pledging bold climate action
An Arctic summit in Alaska has ended in a circumpolar call to cooperate on climate action.
Epic walrus gathering on again
On both sides of the Bering Strait, summer sea ice has once more dropped to a level that is driving ...
WWF: Climate and Conservation Action Needed from Arctic Political Meeting
WWF is calling for climate and conservation action to flow from the coming week’s visit to the ...
Opinion: The walrus in the room
US President Obama and Ministers from around the Arctic are meeting this week in Alaska to see ...
WWF and National Geographic Teaming Up in “Last Ice Area”
WWF and the National Geographic Society are teaming up to draw global awareness to one of the most ...
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